• Ms Ferrell


    I will be teaching chemistry and biology in the fall and chemistry in the spring.  This is my 6th year teaching high school age students.  I have also taught 4-8th graders at a Montessori school, and in my past career I was a molecular virologist researching HIV and HTLV (human T-cell leukemia virus).  I have lived in the Lincoln area for 20+ years, but I grew up in Pennsylvania and Illinois.  I earned my Biology degree from the University of Illinois (Go Illini!).  My husband and four children and I live on a hobby farm with sheep and geese and chickens, and many dogs/cats/guinea pigs/rats/hamsters.

  • Fall 2022:


    Block 1: Chemistry

    Block 2: Biology

    Block 3: Chemistry

    Block 4: Prep


    Spring 2023:


    Block 1: Chemistry

    Block 2: Chemistry

    Block 3: Chemistry

    Block 4: Prep


  • Contact/ Course Materials

    Room E207

    • Please email with any question or concerns: sferrell@fcusd.org
    • Email is the best way to contact me
    • Students will be enrolled in Google classroom.  All class material, announcements, and resources can be found on Google classroom.  If a student has issues with accessing their Google classroom, please email or speak with Ms Ferrell


  • Helpful Info:


    My favorite online Periodic Table: ptable.com

    Helpful you tube videos on chemistry topics: Tyler Dewitt YouTube channel


    Math Skills that are used in Chemistry class: Slide deck/ tutorials



    Donations Much Appreciated: 

    If you would like to donate to the science classroom, we use LOTS and LOTS of whiteboard markers to practice our newly learned skills.


    Facial Tissues are also much appreciated to keep the drippy noses and sniffles contained.


  • Students should check the classwork tab on Google Classroom daily to find links to resources used in class, homework assignments, upcoming important dates, and instructions for completing work when absent.  It is important that absent students check Classroom and complete missing work before returning to school if at all possible in order to not fall behind on work and content understanding.